Pampas de Ayacucho Historical Sanctuary, Ayacucho

Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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4.4/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web
Commemorate lives lost in Peru's War of Independence at Pampas de Ayacucho Historical Sanctuary, a monument in verdant surroundings dedicated to the Battle of Ayacucho. Erected on the 150th anniversary of the battle, the monument stands at a height of 44 m (144 ft) and acts as an excellent lookout point over the rest of the sanctuary's historic landscape. Look out for the 3 m (9.8 ft) bronze statues near the base of the country's military liberators; Bolivar, Sucre, Gamarra, Cordova, La Sur, Miller, and Lara. To visit Pampas de Ayacucho Historical Sanctuary on your holiday in Ayacucho, and find out what else Ayacucho has to offer, use our Ayacucho vacation generator.
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  • Make sure to transport to take you to the pampa, there are ride on horses, has a museum inside the Obelisk with price very cheap, there are selling crafts and food
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  • Beautiful landscape located in a vast plain surrounded by hills and with a stunning view, full of history place where took place the battle of Ayacucho, which meant the end of the Spanish administrative domain in South America, visit the capitulation quarter located in the village of Quinua, where they seal the end to the Spanish Viceroyalty in the Peru. It traverses the site Museum and enjoy a delicious corn with cheese. An unforgettable visit
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  • There is a very good and exciting feeling, I liked much less the cold of the pampa who is very strong
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